Monday, June 23, 2014

Socceroos coming home without a single points but with heads up

Socceroos coming home without a single points but with heads up
After finishing the group stage in group B, national team of Australia returns home with nine goals received but they did not disappoint

The match between the Netherlands and Chile and between Spain and Australia completed the group stage and is known who from which position going into the next round, and who as the last go home.

Australian national team is in this group was named for for outsider immediately after the draw.

Although they have received nine goals (by three in each match), which is only two goals less than a still current world champion, it can be said that they did not disappoint.

In the first game against one of the biggest surprises of the World Cup in Brazil, Chile national team, played a solid game and lost 3-1.

The Netherlands, which was humiliated Spain in the first round is too easily entered the match with the Socceroos but have run into strong resistance and very little separating them from a draw (3-2).

Tonight in the third round they played with Spain who secured first victory at the championship losing without recived goal. The result at the end of the match has scored 3:0 and first goal for Spainhas scored David Villa who will first part of next season to play Australian A-League for the team Melbourne City (on loan from FC New York).

Ange Postecoglou can be satisfied playing the elect, and for SBS told: "We wanted to come to this World Cup and try to take it to three absolute world class teams. I think we've done that. What we've found out and we're not at that quality yet.

"In four years 'time, if we keep having that sort of intent, I think we'll bridge the gap and hopefully come back and be the team that' s more dominant than the opposition."

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